October 24 , 2003  
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Mustang briefs


The Western women's golf team recently captured the Ontario University Athletics Championships held in Guelph at the Victoria Park Golf Club.

In only its second year of competition, the women's event more than doubled its competition from last year with 17 golfers representing seven schools.

Lindsey Edmunds led after the first day of competition, shooting a 75. She followed that up with a round of 80 to finish second overall. She was followed closely by Lisa Volchoff, who shot 76 and 82, and Carlie Weppler, who shot 84 both days to finish in fourth. Michelle Dunkel rounded out Western's scoring with rounds of 88 and 83.

Western's two-day combined total of 322 led them to an easy 16 stroke victory over Guelph. Windsor and Toronto were the only other schools with teams, while Waterloo, Laurier and McMaster had competitors but not full teams.


The Mustangs' men's golf team also competed in the OUA championships, but were not as successful as the women.

Greg Kennette finished tops among Western golfers with rounds of 76 and 77, good enough for 22nd place.

The teams two-day combined score of 619 put them in seventh place out of the 10 teams competing.

Joe Lindsay shot scores of 81 and 76, Mike deCourcy shot 79 each day, while Pat Lindsay (79,80) and Josh Ryan (85,74) each had two day totals of 159 to round out Western's scoring.

-Ian Denomme




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